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And “om nom nom nom” is more of a dig at Cookie Monster and Instagram foodies than it is at anyone else.
Other notable candidates include “bae,” “om nom nom nom,” “turnt,” and “basic.”
Omnium, om′ni-um, n. a Stock Exchange term for the aggregate value of the different stocks in which a loan is funded.
Then six slabs were placed in a row to spell out the sacred formula, “Om mani padme hum.”Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
And when he felt the wound burning, he silently spoke the Om, filled himself with Om.Siddhartha|Herman Hesse
That night after Om had gone to sleep she sat by the fire with Ang, and her eyes spied the little row of clay baskets.The Silent Readers|William D. Lewis
This may be as effective as looking at the end of one's nose and ceaselessly reiterating "Om," as does the Hindu ascetic.Theology and the Social Consciousness|Henry Churchill King
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Word Origin for Om
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Word Origin and History for om
mystical word in Hinduism, Buddhism; an utterance of assent, 1788.